- Heron, however, nudged him expressively with his elbow and said: —You’re a sly dog.
- He knew, however, that his father’s property was going to be sold by auction, and in the manner of his own dispossession he felt the world give the lie rudely to his phantasy.
- It surprised him however to find that at the end of his course of intricate piety and self-restraint he was so easily at the mercy of childish and unworthy imperfections.
- It humiliated and shamed him to think that he would never be freed from it wholly, however holily he might live or whatever virtues or perfections he might attain.
- —In pursuing these speculations, said the dean conclusively, there is, however, the danger of perishing of inanition.
- A match of four was arranged, Cranly insisting, however, that his ball should be used.
- I see, however, two ways out.
- And yet he felt that, however he might revile and mock her image, his anger was also a form of homage.
- In hell, however, it is an evil.
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